Tenor - Nicholas Mulroy
Born in Liverpool, Nicholas studied Modern Languages at Cambridge and completed postgraduate vocal studies at the Royal Academy of Music.
Recent engagements have included Monteverdi's Vespers in New York’s Carnegie Hall and at the Salzburg Festival, Bach's Weihnachts-Oratorium in the Sydney Opera House, Britten's Serenade in Shanghai, Bach's Johannes-Passion in Boston, and Matthäus-Passion in Bach’s Thomaskirche, and Rameau at the Opéra de Paris.
He has enjoyed prolonged collaborations with some of the leading conductors of the day, including Sir John Eliot Gardiner, Jordi Savall, Lars-Ulrik Mortensen, John Butt and Paul McCreesh. Recital work has included many performances at the Wigmore Hall (complete Britten Canticles; Schubert and Purcell songs), and at St Magnus, Bath, Edinburgh, Oxford Lieder and Glyndebourne festivals.
Recordings include a Gramophone award-winning Messiah, Bach cantatas for SDG and Piazzolla’s amazing María de Buenos Aires for Delphian. Future projects include concerts with Concerto Copenhagen, Phantasm, Antwerp Symphony Orchestra, the Britten Sinfonia, and Les Violons du Roy in Canada.
He was recently elected an ARAM, in 2014 was Distinguished Artist in Residence at the Australian National University, Canberra, and is currently a Musician in Residence of Girton College, Cambridge.